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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 10 July 1884

*AIBRN WOLN No. 15. A. W. I. W. or. M 8. .. 4, W.. .., STAGE Ub48t. JviwrIrrt tir rr la1,TpJE. Vlr3, L X Cno it kýiLl P. Williams 'CnperisL ~. * W. F., ys "d r1 correspondingqinrp~tn rar ruTAGOGb LNE. Waft r~w rFj ýYý Ni ~rui. Ft. LOCAL N1' V e . Keg White Lead a rtStu Drug Store. The A. O. U.W. ipsi oflle6s, FPriday evening. The treatees of the Maiden Reduetion Company meet tol~igt. The proepes foe :a floor mill on spring creek are quite enoiaraging. OIreuo thieves and horse thieves will have to give Montanlans a wide berth. H. W. Higley's little daughter has entirely recovered ftsmn its receart spell of sickness. For tet--A g oo4 store room. En quire at Star Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Lapalmie and Mr. and Mrs. Pechette, of Lewistown, vis ited Maiden, Tuesday. The omnamander at the post is enti tled to thanks for providing our citizen. with flags for deoorating purposes. The new stamp mill belng cnastructed in connection with J. E. Davis' .rrastre, will be in operation in a week...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 10 July 1884

UJCLE CUTlBEBT. "Hush! It is Clarence Hyde's step!" Anil Ros Eldon sprang ~o her feet, rcsy and smiling, with the freshly plucked helitrope trembling among her glossy brown braids, and her pretty blue dress floating around her like an azure cloud. Only 18, sad very fair and lovely was our little Bosa-a trifle spoiled and wilful, perhaps, but what else could one expect? Every one petted and made auch of her-every one smiled at her pretty, kittenish way-and Clarence Hydethought her the fairest specimen of feminine humanity that ever the sunn shone on. LISSy Eldon made room for ler 52 ter--Idae, just me year younger and scarcely less fir yet very different in eharacter. Lizzie was quite, and sage sad demure, while Bosa rattled away like a merry mountain stream towing over its moesy stones. Lissy thought her mister perfection, while Rosa was lecturing Lissy in a capricious fashion, and laying down the law to her after the most approved manner of elderly sisters. "How nice it must betobe...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 10 July 1884

s Jt-seaip OpeaseWr ea Yankton, Special:-After a trial ofeatoe month, the jury in the fraudulent srip a rendered a verdict against E E! Carpentex, of guilty of conspiracy to defraud the nited 8tates in issuing fraudulent eorip. Def dant's counsel gave notice of a motion for a stay of Judgment and a new trial. The defendant could not get all the witese he desired, and did no m e erv viorous defense, intend to make this He will also argue that the New Orlesa subtreasunry was not blished by ong no p b the United R tea uld be bonlbegus serlp Itirthoi h t Ift the i o-oro a new tri y be granted. I t sentence must be pronouneed, and W. D. convicted two years ago and now on must also receive a sentene. Cameron's will be potponed. About a month ago it be remebered Crpeter escaped from y and west to I where he was rear and taken hack to Yankton without the formalities of law. D. J. Spaulding of Crosse, charged with oomplicityln the scrip uds, was tried and acquitted on the 11th ist ~- 4-" s a...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 10 July 1884

FOURTH OF JULY. The National Holiday Obsetved by Maiden in Grand Style. Although citizens of a territory, with powers and privileges somewhat re stricted, the sentiments of patriotism have as deep root in the average Mon tanian as in those who are fortunate to dwell farther east and can claim all the privileges and blessings of statehood. Maiden, in keeping with other portions of the Territory, resolved to celebrate early in the Spring, but the prevailing hard times, without much change for the better, as weeks glided by, seemed to chill the ardor and enthusiasm of our people and the committee who had matters in charge. By a strenuous effort however, just before the natal day, our citizens perfected arragements, decorated the town with the stars and stripes and evergreens, and retired pre pared for the dawning of the 4th, which was uihered in with a constant fusilade of firearms of every description. The day was not all that could be desired, as a strong wind was blowing from the we...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 17 July 1884

5 M inTual ne t . VoL I._No. 50. ___Maiden and Maginnis, M. T.; urdayJuly 17, 1884. Price 10 Cents aw zim4al ATOM. MAID N, THTTRSDAY, July 17, 1834. PUBLISHED EV ERY THURSDAY BY FELL & VROOMAN. Entered at aladel P. . as Samd Camp .atter. TERM'A OF SUBSCRIPION : .ixs months.................................... V. One Year..........- . . 3.50 ADVERTISING RATES: 1 inch, one iasertion.............. -... .............. 1.00 " month.................. .............. .... 300 1 six ................. ..........15.00 1 one year .....-............-**.............*.. . 2.00 special rates given on large space and standing advertisements. Local notices 15 eenia per line. Special advertisewents payable strictly in ad vance ,; ProftesioDal 0ards. W. T. McFARLAND, U. 8. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR ! MAIDEN, - MONTANA. Will attend to all matters connected with the Land Ol~ce or the Public Surveys. N. B. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Practice* II all courts of the Territory. Corre. podenre solidcted. All bus...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 17 July 1884

FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - -. MONTANA The quanity of coffee imported dur ing the year just closing is about 5,000, 000 pounds in excess of that of last year, the total being over 500,000,000 pounds, or an average of ten pounds per head throughout the country. The reduction in railwaytrack-laying in the United States during the past year, as compared with a like portion of 1883, acoording to reports made to the Railway Gazette, is nearly one half. The totaP number of miles of track placed from January ItoJune 14, 1884, was 1,077, as compared with 1,900 in 1888. The rural sections of some of the states are overrun with tramps who have swarmed out of the cities with the beginning of pleasant weather, and who waylay school children and rob them of food, insult and frighten women, and commit all sorts of petty crimes and an noyances. The laws, if enforced in let ter and spirit, will partially cure this evil, and officers should not be back ward in performing their duty. ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 17 July 1884

wes o: o .LsamWi E Zs . of ae Most i pesert* assued by congress-35s Not Passed. The first session of the Forty-ei th con grese closed on Monday last It has tended over a period of seven months and four days, although the actual workilg t will ex ceed 165 days. In that time there have been introduced in the senate 2,887 bills and 97 joint resolutions, and in the house 7,507 bills and 24 resolutions. Of these, S eseate bills and 10 seast ra0olutions have passed both houses and become laws by executive ap proval, sad OS house bills and 42 house reso Intions became laws in the same manner. Three house bills also became laws without the action of the president, and one was re turned to the house with Ids veto. Of meas ures introduceod in the senate, 868 bills and 17 joint resolutions were indeinitely postponed, and 6 bills laid upon the table. In the house 14 bills and 8 joint iesolutions were indefinitely postponed. A majority of the measures in eroduoed in both houses related to matter...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 17 July 1884

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, July 17. 1884 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY WI FELL & VROOMAN. ;Cleveland and Hendricks. The DemOcratic Candidates. 'Thlie agony is over, and once more ,for four years, the citizens of the ,United States can devote their entire attention to their various vocations, ,only pausing to express their preference for the chief magistrate of the greatest nation on the globe. That the Democratic party, in na. 1tional convention assembled, consider ing the apparent breach amongst its leaders, could, and did, centre upon and nominate a candidate on the sec *ond ballot, is a surprise alike to Demo 4crats and Republicans. The ticket placed in the field by the Democrats-Cleveland and Hendricks -is conceded to be not only a good ant stroi g one, but one that reflects ,credit upon the party, and should it ,win, Republicans freely confess that the country is safe under Mr. Cleve land's administration. From all ap pearances it looks to the disfranchised ,citizen of a territory, that ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 17 July 1884

LQCAL 1 L V' 5. *Vho skinned thP'hPy r. Wonder if Page' and Bheji Dexter will ;bolt. New potatoes and green peas have j0ade their appearance. 'Thompson & Higley have reecived and shelved their fine st&ek of drugs. l'he Maiden Reduction Company's smelter is ready for shipment. A Superior Quality of Steel Pens, at Star Drug Store. H. W. Higley sold his interest in the Alice and Nevada, this week, to R. M. 1)ryden. Placer joiners in the North Mocca sins, are taking out a considerable amount of coarse gold. Shaker Extract of Roots, at Star Drug Store. Wmi. Potts washed out ninety cents from one pan of decomposed ore from the Kentucky Favorite, Tuesday. Rock, carrying fifty cents to the pound in gold is what was struck on the Kentucky Favorite, this week. Mr. W. Dunton finds gold picking good enough for him to remain the greater part of his time in Ruby gulch. J. J. Campbell accompanied Mr. Iligley to Billings, where he will attend to private business as well as do some effective...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 17 July 1884

CAPRICS. 'Tve got two beaux," she said, "two beaus" (She warbled in the choir) "The tenor and the basso both Yomur truly do admire. "I alternate; when fears are scarce As truths in sereods of Vennor, And stripling voices fit the day, I patronize the tenor. "But when 'tie night, and horrors threat Ny timid soul to lasso I crave a voice that frig ats the foe, And utilize the basso." -Anon. TmR FnuurY. A SKETCH BY ZOKA. The count was fifty, belonged to one of the most illustrated famlies of France, and possessed a large fortune. Being discontented with the government, he occupied himself in various ways; wrote articles for the reviews, threw himself into business, and became enthusiastic in agaiculture and the fine arts. The countess is forty-six, yet the loveliest blonde of Paris. Never has she looked handsomer. Age seems to purifly her complexion. In ripening, she has the roundness of fine fruit. When she enters a parlor she appears like a rising star, and women of twenty are jealous...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 17 July 1884

Personal eantiom Mr. Bronson Alcott attributes ' long lile to subsistence on dry Concord hil osophy and plain vegetables. But there is Mrs. Baker of Tayloreville, V., who is more than a dozen years Mr. Alcott's senior, and she has made a practice of eating meat and drinking a dozen cups of strong coffee every day. The ooffee might have killed old Alcott, but certain it is that Mrs. Baker would have starved to death long ago on a diet of Concord philosophy and baked potatoes. Some time since Miss Lizzie Newman stopped in a doorway on Second street, Louisville, during a shower. A pleas ant-voiced lady noticed her standing there and invited her up stairs. Miss Newman took advantage of the offer. Up stairs she met William Crittenden, a man who had lost both eyes while herding cattle on the plains of Texas. Crittenden thought it would be pleasant to court the girl. and make love to her desperately. What he said jokingly, she understood in hard earnest. Be fore they separated Crittenden h...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 17 July 1884

MONTANA NEWS. Billings has a brass band. Bob. Ingersoll and John B. Gough are to lecture in Montana, soon. John McVan, foreman of a band of 2,ooo ewes, for Severance & Co. of Oka raised 2,020 lambs from the flock. The Yellowstone Round-up reports satisfactory progress, the calve crop, however, being somewhat light. More beef cattle will be shipped east than last season, and they will be of a bet ter quality.-Herald. A car, containing about one hundred discharged railroad employees, was switched off from the regular east bound passenger train Thursday morn ing. The boys say that if a pass is not forthcoming they will board another train, as they are bound to go east. Glendive Times. Recently N. P. Hammer was putoff a Northern Pacific train near Belknap, whereupon he threw a stone at the conductor. The missle missed the conductor and hit a passenger and cut a deep gash. Hammer has been bound over in the sum of $Soo to await the action of the grand jury. During the excitement at th...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 24 July 1884

I 4 e fluwt _ Vol.,. No.51. Maiden and Magixinis, M. T,, Thursday, July 24, 1884. Price 10 ients jAIDEN, THIURSDAY, July 24. 1884. l'U3,lIMllED EVERY THURSDAY BY FELL & VROOMAN. Entered at Maiden P. 0. as Second Class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPION : Six months.......................................... .. * 2.00 S)ne Year ...........- *« . .. . .................... 3.50 ADVERTISING RATES: 1 Inch, one insertion.................................. 1.00 *- .. month...-- ............................... 3.00 1 ' six " .. ..................... ...15.00 1 one year ..........................................24.00 Special rates giver on large space and standing Advertisements. Local notices 15 cents per line. Special advertisements payable strictly in ad vance Professional Oards. W. T. McFARLAND, U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR! MAIDEN, - MONTANA. Will attend to all matters connected with the Land Office or the Public Surveys. N. B. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Practices in all courts of the Territ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 24 July 1884

;E!.L & VIfOOMAN. Pibl:shers. d A IDEN, - - ONTA.NA. Porfirio Diaz, who has been reelected President of Mexico, seems to be almost the only man of intelligence, force of character and honesty among the Mexi can leaders of to-day. His predecessor, Gonzalez, was of the ordinary type of the feeble and corrupt intriguer, who was ma. jr anxious to plunder the treasury, and, under the circumstances, the provision of the constitution pre venting the election of president for more than one term, simply results in alternations between good government under Diaz and peculation and incapao ity under those who have preceded or followed him. Application has been made to Mr. Lowell, the United States Minister at London, in behalf of certain Scotch holders of the bonds of the Oregon Rail way for his official aid in protecting their interests. The bondholders in question, it seems, claim that they subscribed the money or part of it with which the road was built; that their agents, the diree to...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 24 July 1884

pDIOCRATIC IATiL A o The Democratic Nationa Convention began its sessions in the Expositon Hall t Chicago, on Tuesday July 8th. The convention was ealled to order by ex-Seastor Barnum, chair. man of the national Deoats coommltee. Prayer was offered by Bey. D. O. arquis of the Northwestern Theologclal Ie nary. He prayed for a bleasnl on this gret assembly of mspresentative otison; that they should be endowed plentifully with that wisdom whieh is rst pure, then peaceable sad gen!, and eay to be entreated; that nothing should be done through strife or vain jealousy, but that they should be filled with that cekrity which Is not puffed up and doth not behave ikif un seemly. He prayed that their deliberations would be guided to such conclusion as would best promotesthe glory of God sad the welfare of the nation. The obhairman then sid: I habeen direct. ed by the unanimous vote of the national con vention to nominate Hon. Richard B. Hubbard of Texas topary hclauai . [Applause As many of y...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 24 July 1884

~AIDEN, THURSDAI, July 24, 1884   t , BVY TUuSmDAY BY PL L VROOXAN. The .Depaocrsts wisely coceded the right of taritorial delegates to vote in their rte cqwrention. That relic of antiqjity,,te 1Snt rule, still hangs fire with thep p~hough there as a S.trong yore j o vor of its abrogation. The last one of the necspapr ven tures in the Coeur 'Al'ns hap suc Ap gbed jtap itabe. Tlhis time its ba grtet  4 we tryst final effort ,( the Iamous Freenan, whose latest -sad sow defet journalistic effort .wa laboring under the appellation of 'ie Mootana Wool Growers &sso Fiation are to have a journal pulished xclusively in their nterest. It will be issued from the River Press offic Bentop. L. W. Peck, Secretary of the aseqciation, ll be its editor. The ner pulicdon will be a quarterly EA 1 Oq. iv* ir$t sppe"r"a seat MOD&h 1The Democrats of the Fourth Dli- a trict of Minnnesota, in conventiqou t $t. Paul, on the t 7th imt., placed O. a S.p, u4riiaf of Minneapolis, in Rom- c inatic. f...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 24 July 1884

.CAL NEWS' An ever.y day 'ccurcr-rain and Sheriff W. D. Cameron visited town this week. Capt. Miller and wife visited Maiden Monday, and ,nade several pleasant calls. Two hundred and thirty-six shares of the stock of the Maiden Reduction Co. have been paid for in full. The saw mill 'that secures the con tract for getting out lumber for the Maginnis Mining Co. will bhae to make things buuz. Several of our citimsns report the presence of a bear nepr town on Mon day. Tracks of bruin were seen in Alpine gulch. The work of gradhtg and tearing down the old mill baildi~g of the Ma gihtnis Minleg @ompsay was inaugur ated yesterday. Mr. Geo. Sample spent Tuesday in Maiden. He propoes to make this place his winter residence providing we have a firstel-es school. Geo. Manning returned from his eastern visit lsat week Thursday. Geo. was in Chicago during the Democratic national convention. HIe reports a pleasant trip. T. B. Johnson lost a hone last week by strangulation. He was. picketed, got d...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 24 July 1884

amaLT. TOVUU. Why :hev em4 be AbeJade4-seawer 'elsr-, Ne~ Oesmmesmdable. Prom the New Orlens Tinms-Democrat We have all been laughing at Life's "Waning of the Honey Moon." In Dnumarier's "Pictures of English So ciety" there is another illustration bear ing the same title, in which the young oonple are represented a seated on a lonely sea-shore. Angelina (supprem ag an inclination to yawn)-"How nice it would be if some riend were to turn up; wouldn't it, Edwin?" Edwin (after yawning lbortely)-u-"Ye-s.-or even some enemy! If, as an a"using Prench writer assures us, the O ese werethe "iventors of the honey-moon," then should that ingenios people in deed be kept sway from Ameriean shores, lest they introdee among the Occidenetals other pernicious acustoms and inventions of the Orient. Can the cvilization of the nine tsenth ceatry evole nothing bt ter for a newly married pair than a weddinag journeyr A-v the publoty of railway trams amd the curiosity of obehace guests in hotel drawing an...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 24 July 1884

S~h Istoy o a alob. One day I was ng through the Green , ark. Let me reall that event ful day. I have been working hard all dayto catch up lost time, amnow walk ing slowly through the park, when a sight meets my eye which makes me forget fatigue and change my stroll into a sharpwalk. A rowd. I amsoonin it. What is the matter? Indeed! Then I must stop. One does not see a Sultan every day. This is something like. An oriental potentate, in all his magnifi cance, is about to enter the palace of the great Queen upon whose domin ions the sun never sets. Hark Musicl Here they come! Hurrah ! A rush, a squeeze, a man pushes rudely against me; I glance round at him: he is working his way quickly through the crowd, very quick ly. A suspicion flashes upon me. One touch of my hand to my side makes it certainty. My watch is gone! I plunge fiercely after that man. I think of my wife's tears, of my own vexation; I think, with a tender regret, of winding up time; I feel like a father as I think of t...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 24 July 1884

Annual Meeting of the Montana Wool-Growers Association. The annual session of the Montana Wool Growers' Association, convened in Ft. Benton on the Ioth inst. The attendance was quite large, some of the largest wool growers of the territory being present. We publish an extract from the annual address of the presi dent, 0. G. Cooper, for the benefit of our readers who are engaged in the industry: Upon the careful handling of our herds, or upon the herders, depends our success--our profit and loss. The condition of the herd is the indicator. Observe the indicator and see whether It points to profit or loss. If your herder does not understand his business, in struct him. Give him to understand that he is to do the herding, and he is not there to make the dog do the work. After shearing dip your sheep, if they need it. They need it if they have ticks, or scab, or have been exposed to scab. I would dvise men to dip if the skin is not clean and soft. It opens up the pores, cleanses the ski...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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